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Brotherhood of Outlaws epub ebook

by Robert Lipkin,Bob Bitchin

Brotherhood of Outlaws epub ebook

Author: Robert Lipkin,Bob Bitchin
Category: Dramas & Plays
Language: English
Publisher: FTW Publishing, Inc. (November 1, 2007)
Pages: 234 pages
ISBN: 0966218205
ISBN13: 978-0966218206
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 436
Other formats: mbr lit txt mobi


The First Treb Lincoln Novel. Brotherhood of Outlaws. by Robert Lipkin and Bob Bitchin.

The First Treb Lincoln Novel.

Brotherhood of Outlaws book. Bob Bitchin, Robert Lipkin. The First Treb Lincoln Novel  . This novel has been called the most true-to-life look at the outlaw motorcycle culture to come out of the 70s. The start of the Treb Lincoln Saga. Fast paced and as informative as it is entertaining. From the Author: This book starts the Treb Lincoln adventure and carries through the real feeling of what it was like to ride with, and belong to, the outlaw brotherhood during the drug crazed 70's & 80's.

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Bob Bitchin - nom de plume, pseudonym Founder of Biker Magazine, Tattoo Magazine & Latitudes & Attitudes Magazine Author of the following books: Brotherhood of Outlaws Biker Letters from the Lost soul The Sailing Life Emerald Bay King Harbor Starboard Attitude.

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From the Author This book starts the Treb Lincoln adventure and carries through the real feeling of what it was like to ride with, and . This is one of the most true to life adventures written while living the life of the Outlaw Biker.

From the Author This book starts the Treb Lincoln adventure and carries through the real feeling of what it was like to ride with, and belong to, the outlaw brotherhood during the drug crazed 70's & 80's.

Bob now divides his time between Publishing his magazine, world cruising, doing seminars on sailing and writing novels. He has written five books. His two most recent books, Letters From The Lost Soul (Sheridan House) and Emerald Bay (FTW Publishing) were released in 2001 and 2002. The Sailing Life was released by Sheridan House in 2005.

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The First Treb Lincoln Novel. This novel has been called the most true-to-life look at the outlaw motorcycle culture to come out of the 70s. The start of the Treb Lincoln Saga. Fast paced and as informative as it is entertaining.
Reviews (7)
Heri
This book tells a motorcycle fiction story of a man willing to lead all the clubs from California to Washington D.C. Their mission, repeal the helmet law, the beginning of restrictions.

Treb Lincoln stood 6’ 4” and weighed close to 300 pounds. Not too many would want to mess with him, and he had a mission. He was leading a pack of multitude proportions from California to Washington D.C. His friend and brother rode beside him. They stayed at clubhouses, they stayed at City Parks. As groups along the way joined in, the pack grew. He tells of the under cover law dogs harassing him throughout; the okie-dokes and all the real threats. He tells of a man willing to give his life for a cause. He tells of “A Brotherhood of Outlaws.”

The story tells of winning but, we all know the real outcome. The big money always wins. We can only hope someday….

This is a very well presented book. It should be with Bob Bitchin being the founder of “Biker News Magazine” and “Tattoo Magazine” and was instrumental on forming ABATE! This man has history, he knows.

A very good read that makes you proud to be a biker. The thing also makes you reflect on the other choices society has taken away.

Dozilkree
Thanks,
Rev

Bremar
This book was.......something to read. Nothing more.
The number of grammar and spelling errors was enough to make your head ache. Obviously "spell check" was the exclusive means of editing, because a great number of words were used in improper context.
The storyline is like so may others written since the resurgance of the motorcycling fenom. It's writing proclaims of the author "look at ME, and all that I have seen and done!" "I've been everywhere but the electric chair, and seen everything but the wind!" I am biker, hear me roar.....etc. etc.
Not a terrible reading experience, but tiresome after having read better books on the subject such as Under and Alone, No Angel, Hell's Angel.
Maybe the biker boy re-run would have earned back points if it were more carefully edited and typewritten.
In the author's defense, this writing still leaves me envious of "the life" and those who live it.
Ride hard Bob!

Steel_Blade
I didn't realize this when I bought it but, it is fiction. It was a change from the books I had been reading. It was nice to read about the Brotherhood, even if it was made-up. Great Book.

bass
this is the ultimate bikers novel. but it makes you glad the 70's and 80's are gone

Made-with-Love
Lots of action, easy to read and follow but enough suspence to keep you interested. Hard to put it down. I've been a fan of Bob Bitchin for 30 years. I've also read his magasines "Latitudes & Attitudes" and now "Cruising Outpost". I'd recomend anything written by him.
Bob C

Rollers from Abdun
This is one of a very few well written books on the true biker lifestyle. Back when brother really meant something....not just a term loosely bandied about to any other rider on the road.

Fast moving, but plot is juvenile and predictive. Seems like this was thrown together quickly. Even the text had numerous typos.

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